COLLECTIONS: 1 - 10 of 12
Overview: Professional posters and press kit of the Asian American Theater Company.
Summary: Posters produced by students in a political poster workshop on the campus of the University of California, Berkeley.
Overview: Elizabeth Bishop commemorative lectures, poetry readings, and performances during the MLA convention.
Overview: Professional art performance broadsides and posters.
Overview: Contains posters, promotional materials, and press kits related to pornographic films of the 1970s.
Overview: Contains depictions of popular entertainment including circuses, equestrian and acrobatic acts, automata, processions, pageants, tableaux, puppetry, commedia dell'arte, Harlequinade and pantomime, and burlesque performances, including advertisements, playbills, posters, programs, printed illustrations, and newspaper clippings.
Summary: Consists of pocket diaries from 1921, 1922, and 1925; photographs; circus posters; and personal correspondence. Includes correspondence of Mecusker's brother-in-law Charles M. Belknap and niece Berenice H. Belknap, who both resided with Mecusker in the 1920s, as well as letters addressed to her mother Clementine Lord, and an 1894 diary apparently by Clementine Lord.
Summary: Accompanied with set of exhibition labels with heading "A World at War / Pacfic Theater." Also with comic strips called "Skeeter and the Malaria Kid" and "Malaria Moe." The MEDC was a joint Army-Navy venture.